Google claims to be developing Pixel smartphone with Qualcomm's support Snapdragon 710

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According to rumors, Google will launch two Pixel 3 smartphones in the upcoming third quarter. Both Pixels 3 are reported as consistent upgrades of the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL models and will be produced by Foxconn.

In addition, LG Display will be the display panel supplier for Pixel 3 devices. However, there are new rumors related to claims that Google has begun developing another Pixel smartphone, and will be launched in the first half of 2019.

Different from Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, the rumored smartphone Pixel will be powered by Qualcomm's latest chipset, Snapdragon 710, a processor aimed at middle-class Android devices. Unfortunately, not much information is known to be associated with smartphones because the development is just beginning.

In fact, there is no guarantee that Google will launch this device in 2019. Google's plan to enter the middle-class smartphone market is surprising, but it makes sense for the search giant to push its new mobile division acquired from HTC to work.

Google also tries to ensure the Amazon Echo incident, which the user unknowingly activates Alexa, records private conversations and sends to contacts not experienced by Assistant users. Google makes sure by changing the way Access Assistant, by pressing the Home button for a while. 


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